The Orioles have been quite dormant when it comes to signing free agent pitching this offseason. Our Zack Bucklew explains how this could be beneficial to the O’s this year:
The Orioles haven’t made a big splash in the market this offseason but have made upgrades in positions of need to fill out their club. Our Kyle April grades each addition to the 2023 club by position:
With the 2023 season fastly approaching, the Orioles still have time to add pieces via the free agent market. Our Kyle April has five free agents the O’s could pursue:
With many Orioles fans scratching their heads due to the inactivity of the organization in the free agent market, our Stephen Heckman writes an open letter to GM Mike Elias, addressing his thoughts on the matter:
The O’s have been quiet so far this offseason, and fans have a right to be upset and impatient after comments made by GM Mike Elias. Our Stephen Heckman gives a different perspective than the average fan might be having:
The 2022 Baltimore Orioles had a year to remember, as they secured their first winning season since 2016! Our Zack Bucklew begins our four-part season recap reviewing the front office moves made prior to and during the season:
The first question I had, after being thrilled to hear MLB’s owners and players had settled their differences Thursday, was: Why is it only a five-year agreement?
The Orioles have an interesting enigma going into the lockout that most teams don’t get to play with, an entire bullpen to build.
In a last second move before the MLB work stoppage, the Orioles signed right-hander Jordan Lyles to a one-year deal, pending a physical.
The Orioles have outrighted catcher Pedro Severino and right-handers Marcos Diplán and Conner Greene to Triple-A Norfolk. All three have elected free agency. Click for the latest.
It has already been a busy and active offseason for Mike Elias and the Baltimore Orioles organization. With two major trades in one week, the O’s look to be stocking their farm system with as much young talent as possible.